5 rules for barber shops
Humans have five senses: sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell.
Of these, I believe that barbershops have important elements in the four senses, excluding taste, and the five senses, including temperature.
In other words, in order to satisfy the customers who visit the barber shop, it is necessary to arrange "light, sound, touch, smell and temperature".
By satisfying these five elements, customers should be satisfied and relaxed.
"I want you to close your eyes and imagine."
What is the interior of the store like in front of the customer?
Customers enjoy the sound of clippers and scissors opening and closing, and the subtle sounds of shaving their faces.
The microvibrations transmitted from your scalp when you touch it should be inviting you to exquisite drowsiness.
The elegant scent of fragrance wafts into the store, and the sweet scent of pomade gently envelops you.
After leaving the comfortable room temperature, customers open the door and return to their daily lives with a refreshed feeling.
Now let's give our guests some relaxation.